I hope you have had a great week. We have been getting ready for the holidays here in our home. I am usually not a big Christmas decorations kind of person but this year I have just been enjoying having the house look festive. Right now I think everyone could use a bit of holiday cheer.
Another thing that is fun is celebrating crazy National Days! Today is National Cookie Day and I wanted to share one of my favorite cookie recipes with you from Food.com, Traditional Mexican Wedding Cookies. (<--- click here) These cookies are amazing! I love them even more than chocolate chip cookies. I love having a few of these with a nice hot cup of tea on rainy or snowy day. It's perfect when you want to stay in and read good book (mine are great for this, just sayin') with a little treat on the side. I hope you will give them a try, the cookies and the books.
With today being a quasi food holiday, I thought a few food jokes would be fitting. Grab some cookies and enjoy the holiday while you check out these great "dad" jokes.
Q: What do you call a fake noodle?
A: An im-pasta.
Q: What does a nosey pepper do?
A. He gets jalapeno business.
Q: What did the baby corn say to its mom?
A: Where’s my popcorn?
Q: Why didn’t the sesame seed want to leave the casino?
A: Because he was on a roll.
Q: What are baby potatoes called?
A: Tater tots.
Q: How fast is milk?
A: It can go pasteurized before you know it.
Q: Where do veggies go to have a few drinks?
A: A salad bar.
Q: What did the blueberry say to the other blueberry?
A: If you weren’t so sweet, we wouldn’t be in this jam.
Q: What is better than having a good friend?
A: Having a good friend who has chocolate.
And last but not least . . .
Q: Why were the pecan and the walnut such good friends?
A: Because they were both nuts.